easy spring grower pot wreath

I have a super cute Spring DIY wreath to share today.  It is not my own idea since I was totally inspired by all the Spring inspiration you can find online.  Simply by using a grapevine form, peat pots and moss you can create this too.  

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It’s super easy, super inexpensive, and super fast, making it a project anyone can create too and adapt to any personal style.  The only tool you will use is a hot glue gun.

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I had a grapevine form kicking around since I had bought a bunch for another project at Trader Joe’s a few years ago, but grapevine forms are easily accessible at most craft stores.  I always have a variety of moss in my craft stash since I love anything moss {more spring moss projects coming your way soon} and I found the grower seed pots at the Dollar Tree.  I told you it was a pretty inexpensive project.

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Lay out all the grower pots around the grapevine form to reach the right composition.  You want the pots to be arranged in various angles to give a casual feel.  After you reach the proper arrangement start hot gluing all the pots in place.  

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Once all the pots are secured in place, start gluing moss all around the pots.  I used a variety of different types of moss and glued it on the grapevine form, around the pots and inside the pots also spilling out of the pots.

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 I also used some faux greenery I had on hand to add another layer of texture and depth.  I glued it spilling out of a few pots around the wreath.  I kept the color palette pretty tight but you could also add colorful flowers if that’s your jam.

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This was my inspiration and I think one of the things that really attracted me to this project was the muted, monochromatic cold palette.  The great thing is you can adjust the project to be bright & bold as well.  You can paint the grower pots, you can use colorful faux flowers or even dried flowers.

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I considered using dried lavender to maybe add a tinge of color but I really love the muted tones and I kept it simple.  I know this isn’t for everyone, but it works for me and my style.  And I love that the pink lovers out there can add pink blooms or you can paint the pots in an ombre fashion {which would be really cool btw} or even a rainbow.  The possibilities are endless.

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The last detail is the burlap ribbon as the crown or finishing touch.  Once again you can substitute it with a bright, colorful ribbon or a satiny, shiny trim.  Make it your own!

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I finally dragged the Easter bin down from the attic so I set up some Easter decor to create a vignette to anchor my new Spring wreath.  I hung the wreath in the dining room, since I only want to use the wreath inside to protect it from the elements since both the peat pots and the moss are susceptible to inclement weather.  

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You can see how I used my Pottery Barn Mercury glass egg and moss bunnies on my Easter table{mercury glass and moss Easter tablescape} and I also have a DIY on how I created the German glass glitter eggs in the cloche above here{glitter Easter eggs a la Pottery Barn}.

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I can’t believe Easter is right around the corner!  I have so many Easter ideas I hope to share soon but I am running out of time.  Yikes!  I am super jazzed with the Spring weather and vibes that are sprouting all around.
“Here comes the sun, and I say, It’s all right.”
~The Beatles~
Related post:

Reindeer moss wreath   Moss planter  Moss tabletop 1

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

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